German biogas tech heralds a new energy age in Greece
Germany-headed biogas producer and technology supplier Weltec Biopower GmbH (WELTEC) is finding keen interest in its biogas plant technology in Greece
In the past year, the company has expanded its market leadership in the southern European country by building four further projects and expanding three existing plants. Thanks to the potential of organic residues to produce biogas and biomethane, the energy source is playing an increasingly important role in the Greek energy transition.
One of the anaerobic digestion (AD) plants was built in Megara, 30 kilometers west of Athens, in 2015. In the past year, WELTEC expanded this biogas plant and since March 2021 the plant is in operation with a doubled output of 1 MWe.
The plant in Megara is one of the most efficient biogas projects in Greece. Our many years of experience and knowledge as well as the highly developed biogas technology from WELTEC are two decisive reasons. And the icing on the cake for the success of this plant is the strategically favorable location, the care of the operators, and the use of the heat for stables and offices, said John Tetoros.
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